Welcome to GDelay
GDelay is a digital delay effect, with the option to feed the resulting signal back into the delay line.
- All GVST plug-ins come compressed in a ZIP file, so the first step is to extract the files from the ZIP file.
- Once extracted, you should have one or more DLL files, these are the plug-in files.
- You need to copy the plug-in files to the appropriate folder for your host program.
- In most cases, you will need either to restart the host program or re-scan the plug-in folder in order for newly-installed plug-ins to appear.
- Increase the Feedback parameter to achieve some truly chaotic washes of sound.
- When using GDelay as a send effect, the Dry parameter should be set to "-Inf" and the Wet parameter to "0 dB".
Four knobs control GDelay's parameters. Each is clearly labelled above, with a user-editable readout below. Embedded into the GUI is an illustration of the signal path.
Feedback: The level of the delayed signal that is fed back into the delay line.
Delay: The length of the delay.
Dry: The level of the original signal allowed to pass through. Note that it is not an absolute value, but is relative to the amplitude of the source material.
Effect: The level of the delayed signal which is passed through GDelay. This is relative to the overall delay line and is not an absolute value.
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- Development, code, website and graphics by Graham Yeadon.
- Documentation by Greg Pettit and Graham Yeadon (many thanks to Greg for all of his help).
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